The best autumnal fruit and vegetables that won't cost the earth

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Wed 7 March 2018

7 mins

Alex Elliot-Howery is the co-founder of Cornersmith and an expert pickler. She believes in ethical food production, and buying seasonal fruit and veg is one of the easiest ways to help the environment. She shares her tips for the best fruit and vegetables as we approach autumn and how to make it affordable no matter your budget.

Alex in her element pickling fruit and vegetables at Cornersmith.

Alex will be joining Sydney Deputy Mayor Jess Millar and Waste Warrior Laura Jean Cunningham this Saturday for the Kin and Kind event Green(er) Families.

Shevonne Hunt will be hosting the panel discussion. For more information check out the Kin and Kind website.

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